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Romeo and Juliet


Play on words, identical sounds but sharply diverse in meaning. Pun.
A contrast between what the audience perceives and what a character does not know. Dramatic irony.
A descriptive adjective or phrase used to characterize someone or something. Epithet.
Inverted order of words or events as a literary device. Anastrophe.
Speech in which the speaker is alone, speaking private thoughts to the audience in order to inform the audience of their thoughts. Soliloquy.
Speaker turns away from the other characters and reveals his feelings to the audience. Aside.
A lengthy, uninterrupted speech that is addressed in front of another character. Monologue.
Reference to something in another work of literature, mythology, or history. Allusion.
A two-lined poem with a rhyming pattern. Couplet.
Created by: emarciante9